Anthony Clark biography
Born on April 4, 1964, in Lynchburg, Virginia, Anthony Clark graduated from Emerson College in Boston and entered show business as a stand-up comedian. After a recurring guest role on Ellen in the mid-1990s, Clark earned a part on the series Boston Common. From 2000 to 2006, he played beleaguered husband Greg Warner on the CBS series Yes, Dear. Also in 2006, he hosted the NBC reality competition Last Comic Standing.
Actor and comedian Anthony Higgins Clark was born on April 4, 1964, in Lynchburg, Virginia. A graduate of Boston's Emerson College, Anthony Clark began his career in entertainment as a stand-up comic. His gullible, self-deprecating charm and ability to tap into everyman humor quickly endeared him to audiences. In 1986, he won the Top College Comedian Award from the American Collegiate Talent Showcase.
Though Anthony Clark has made a handful of big screen appearances, he is best known to American audiences as a television sitcom actor. He had a recurring guest role on Ellen in the mid-1990s, and then landed a co-starring part in the well-received but short-lived series Boston Common. This was followed by a brief stint as a bumbling minister in the disappointing TV comedy Soul Man co-starring Dan Aykroyd.
After disappearing from the small screen for a few years, Anthony Clark resurfaced as the loving but beleaguered husband Greg Warner in CBS's long-running series Yes Dear. He stayed with the show from 2000-'06. During the summer of 2006, Clark also hosted the NBC reality competition Last Comic Standing.